Wednesday Mar 5
Regional Dispatch Service Is Outlined
By Naomi Hatch Snowflake Town Manager Paul Watson gave a brief update regarding a regional dispatch service during a joint meeting of the Snowflake and Taylor town councils held Feb. 25. He advised those attending that in 2009, officials of the Summit Health Care emergency department expressed concern regarding the lack of communication between ... (more)
Barrel Race Winners Are Noted
Shasta & Company Rodeo Events held a barrel racing competition Feb. 22 at the Navajo County Fairgrounds in Holbrook.
Council Tables Selection Of Holbrook Personnel Director
By Nick Worth The question of who will take over as personnel director for the City of Holbrook was the main topic of conversation at the city council meeting Tuesday night.
Holbrook Council OKs Funding For Chamber, But No Shared Employee
By Nick Worth The Holbrook City Council met with members of the Holbrook Chamber of Commerce in a work session following Tuesday's council meeting in order to go over the memorandum of understanding, set a budget and to determine the role of Kathleen Smith.
Navaho Hopi Observer
Feasibility study underway for Hopi development along I-40 corridor
The Hopi Tribe Economic Development Corporation has completed two phases of a feasibility study for development on Hopi-owned land along the I-40 corridor from Flagstaff to Winslow, and a travel plaza in Holbrook.
Some Money State Snatched May Be Returned To Schools
By Tammy Gray Holbrook schools could receive an additional $500,000 in funding in the upcoming budget year if the State of Arizona decides to make good on a voter-mandated inflation adjustment to education funding.
Mylee Demuth, the daughter of Lelia and Paul Demuth of Holbrook, took first place at the state level in the girls' 8 to 9-year-old division of the Elks Hoop Shoot contest held Feb. 8 in Apache Junction.
Photo by Talaina Kor-Fisher Valentine's Day is a time to celebrate love of close friends and family.
Holbrook School Board OKs Extension Of Line Of Credit To Cover Slow State Pay
By Tammy Gray An extension of a line of credit with Wells Fargo bank that will allow Holbrook schools to continue to pay bills if state payments are delayed was approved by the Holbrook Unified School District Governing Board Tuesday evening.